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Page Of eminent Bards and Musicians,

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The Constitutional System of the Bards became almost
The Battle of Argoed Llwyvain, by Taliesin,

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extinct in the reign of Elizabeth,

6 Avallenau Myrddin, or his Poem called the Orchard, 24-25

Eifteddvod, or Congress of the Bards, in the reign of
King Arthur's Tomb discovered from a Bard's Song, 36

Cadwalader, &c.

26-31 King Arthur granted Innunities to the University of

Bards, Musicians, and other Votaries of the Druidical
Cambridge,

37
ceremonies, wore wreaths of Oak,

5-89 The three Chief Palaces of King Arthur,

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The Badge of the Silver Harp of the Bards, 89-33-49 The Knight-Counsellors of Arthur's Court,

The character of a Druidic Bard,

3-28-84-122 The Golden-tongued Koights of King Arthur's Court,

Celestial Blue, the colour of the Bardic Robe,

12 The three undaunted Chiefs of King Arthur's Court,

Of the Bards, after losing their facerdotal character,

9 The three Free Guells of King Arthur's Court,

The three Primitive Institutional Bards of Britain,

133 The three Compeers of King Arthur's Court,

The three Principal Bards of Britain,
Of Arthur and two of his Knights,

58
The three bloody-fpear's Bards of Britain,

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King Arthur, and Henry the Fifth, both conquered France, 117

Of the three Enlign Bards,

82 Aburis, and the Hyperborians, described,

The three privileged Persons who frequented Palaces, 80 Abaris is said to have taught Pythagoras the doctrine of

'The three Duties of a Bard,

81 Tranfmigration,

The three Memorials of the Bards,
Anerica first discovered by Madec ab Owen Gruynedd, 37 | The Etymology of Bardd,
The Acts of the British Princes,

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The Massacre of the Bards,
Armorial Enfigns uled by the Ancient Britons from the

Musical and Poetical Contests
remotelt period,

10~36 of the Bards, 26-27-31-34-46-47-50-58-85 Emigration of the Britons to Armorica,

1–69 Miffal, or the Service Book of Bangor, The Antiquity of the Harp,

90-91 Englyn, on the Great Bell at Christ Church, Oxford, 77 A print of two Ariandlus, or Prizes of Honour of the

of the latter Meetings of the Bards, &c.

60 Bards,

89 Beverages of the Ancient Britons,
Æolus's Harp,
106 Boadicia, Bladud, &c.

8 Anlaf, King of the Ifles, difguised as a Minstrel, pro

Bangor-ís-Coed University founded by King Lucius, cured admittance into King Athelstan’s Camp, 94-95 Beil Mawr, one of the oldest Historical Fragments respecting him, 6 The Arcadians, and their delight in Music, 97 Brian Boiromh's Harp,

97 Anecdote of Sir Roger Williams and Marthal Biron, 117

107 A curious Anecdote of Arnaud Daniel, a Troubadour, 52 Bleddyn ab Cynvyn established a Code of Laws,

28 The three Aniinals whole Foot is as valuable as their

Bagpipes used by the Britons at a very early period,

116-117 whole Body.

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Corn Buelin, or Bugle Horn,

27-117 B

The Bugle Horn was anciently in equal estimation, both

to excite Heroism and as a Mead Cup, Blegywryd, King of Britain, called the God of Music,

1-&c. A List of the Ancient Bards, and Historians, their Works,

The Horn of the Bugle, tipt with silver, was used for

drinking among the Gauls,
and when they flourished, 13-14-15-16-87-88

Brazen-horns found in Ireland,
The Court Bard the Eighth Officer of the King,

27

The Bentwo, a Coromantee Musical Instrument,
The Pencerdd, or Chief Bard of a Province,

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The Fine for an Injury done to a Bard, in the reign of Howel, 27

Burlesque Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, which was admirably

adapted to the common old English instruments ; viz. Relics of Baidism,

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the Salt-box, Jaw's-harp, Marrow-bones and Cleavers,
Laws to reform Abuses among the Bards,

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the Hurdy Gourdy, &c.

107-kc. Bardic Profession divided into three Grand Orders,

29

Belin, first built the Tower of London, and Belin's gate,
Húroic Actions celebrated by the Bards and accompanied

Battle of Gweny strad described by Talien,
on the Harp,

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The time of Clera of the Bards, or Musical Circuit, 33-57-86 Privileges of the Ancient Bards,

27-28-86

The various Degrees of Bards and Musicians in the latter
After the Diffolution of the Princely Government of

centuries,

85 Wales, the Bards were reduced to employ their

Bedd Cilhars, or the Grave of Killhart,

75 facred Art in obícurity and forrow,

39-59-108 The Bard, before and after Battle, performed on his

с Harp the Munarchal Song of Britain,

27--19

The Cymry, or Welsh, descendants of Gomer,
A Bard obtained his pre-eminence by Musical and

Coats of Aros in use among the Britons from the
Poetical Contests,

remoteft period,

10-56 Requisites to become a graduated Bard, or Chair Bard, 364-31

Julius Cafar twice repulsed from Britain,

6 Various Orders of Bards in the time of Gruffydd ab Conan, 29—30 King Canswallon's Banquet,

6 Reven:yes and Donations of the Bards,

Cara&tacus, Cynvelyn, Caraun, &c.
Of a Bard who received a treble Reward,

King Cadwalaukr prefided in the Congress of the Bards,

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